To help startup founders in the fashion and technology industries access mentoring, networking opportunities and funding access, ecommerce platform Farfetch has announced its Dream Assembly accelerator programme with a heavyweight partner already on board.
Luxury fashion brands and online retailers have become the most popular companies to work for in Britain, according to the latest survey from LinkedIn.
Massimo Fubini, CEO of Contactlab, highlights how luxury brands can pave the way for other businesses.
When the likes of Jeremy Clarkson sings praise over a car, you know it’s the real deal. The Bentley Mulsanne Speed is one such automobile and it even has a matching phone.
A study spanning 80 countries has analysed consumer feedback online to reveal the world’s most desirable luxury brands – Chanel came out on top, while hallowed watch brand Rolex was outshone by the Apple Watch.
To promote its new Range Rover SVAutobiography, Land Rover is offering the customers “the most luxurious road trip on Earth” which will cross five continents, eight countries and nine of the world’s finest hotels over 21 days – all for at least £100,000.
British luxury brand alliance Walpole has announced the 12 rising enterprises that are set to help blaze a trail for the sector to reach a value of £51.1bn within five years, as part of its Brands of Tomorrow scheme.
Luxury shoe firm Upper Street has found much success both in terms of its latest crowdfunding round and in gaining a loyal following. With the luxury sector being so competitive, we talked to CEO Julia Elliott Brown on how to attract investors and create a customer-centric brand.
The managing director of Harrods, Michael Ward, has been non-too-quite about how government policies are deterring wealthy visitors from spending money in the UK.
Ralph Lauren has stood down from his role of CEO at his fashion label to make way for new blood, although he will remain involved as executive chairman and chief creative officer.
At London Fashion Week 2014, Burberry partnered with Twitter to allow users to buy items via the social media service as soon as the model appeared wearing the piece of clothing or makeup. It has once again caused a media buzz with its use of Snapchat.
UK luxury goods firms get sales boost helped by global demand for 'Made in Britain' labels.